CJ Goecks: This is a great drill for my insider's club here.
This drill is great.
What I want you to understand is this drill can stop the pull, it can help you learn the transition, it can teach you where we want the club to come from on the way down.
There's a lot of things.
It can actually even teach you the proper release.
This is a drill I recommend for everyone.
I'm going to name it the Michelle Wie Drill, just because I've seen her doing this on the course.
I've actually used this myself, so we could call it the CJ Goecks Drill.
I'm much older than she is, so I was using it before her.
Again, what we're going to do is we're just going to place our right hand on the shaft.
As we swing up, we're just going to swing down and you can see that my right palm is going to the sky.
I'm just feeling how the club is laying down.
If you have a tendency to hit a pull, to stop the pull, you just want to do this.
Feel what's going on.
Your right hand is to the sky.
Then you swing through and you let your hands come together.
This will teach you to get the club a little bit shallower, more from inside.
It also teaches you to release the club on the way through.
You can almost promote a draw.
If I was playing and I stepped behind my ball, all I'm going to do is I'm seeing the shot.
I've got my little feel kind of this way.
I've got the feeling of what I need with the shot.
I come in and I just play strictly by feel.
I forget about technique.
I'm just feeling what I just did.
That shot is pretty good.
I'll take that one.
Again, use the Michelle Wie or the CJ Goecks Drill.
Whatever you want to call it.
Whatever your name is, use it that.
Feeling the pumping down here, letting your arms drop with the palm to the sky.
That gets the club on a much shallower plane coming down and it will stop that pull, which is caused by the club coming over the top and/or the slice.
I hope that one helps you out, and you can take that one to the course the next time you go out.